Shania K. Younce

Rookie - 309 Points (4-18-1996 / I can´t remember.)

'A Tasteless Day' Poem by Shania K. Younce


A tasteless day come to play.

In seen age.
In a barred cage.
In a confronted way.
In the corner played.

A deathless death day.
A tasteless fragrance splayed.

A child bearing day.
A crowded cage played.

In darker depths played.
In sweeter moments did die.

In time did pined the pined.
In topless cropped time.

In a ignorance frayed.
In a trash-less friction splayed.

In a topless climb did dive.
In a sweeter tempt came.
In a matchless game.
In a brightened way.

A childless bearer beared.
A childless child played.
A timeless child chimed.
A sweetened harp scribed.

A in for the child chiding end to climb of the chime.

Submitted: Thursday, March 13, 2014
Edited: Friday, March 14, 2014

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I was inspired to write this poem when I was reading Shakespeare. Please comment at will and with honesty!

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